'Supernatural' recap: Bored at a Boredello
Unfortunately, Annie decides to begin the investigation without them, and she quickly finds herself the latest victim of the old house's former owner, a spectral psychopath by the name of Whitman Van Ness. Dead Annie's quite naturally at an utter loss as to how to proceed until Our Intrepid Heroes finally blow into town with Dead Bobby in tow, and the two friendly ghosts team up to battle the haunted whorehouse's evil overlord together, mainly because Our Intrepid Morons are too stupid to figure out what's going on themselves.
Dead Annie and Dead Bobby consult with various of the defunct brothel's other post-life residents, all of whom were viciously murdered by the eminent Mr. Van Ness, and they become especially friendly with one long-deceased and terribly helpful hooker in particular until the latter incurs the wrath of their vengeful host, who vanquishes the unfortunate lass by burning her bones in the manor's miraculously still-functioning fireplace. You see, Van Ness maintains his control over his victims by storing their earthly remains in a hidden household chamber, so it becomes necessary, finally, to involve Our Otherwise Useless Morons, as only they can desecrate Van Ness's grave before offering all of the fiend's victims an appropriate mass cremation ceremony that will send their restless spirits onwards towards... whatever the hell happens to ghosts on this show when you kill them. And no, I don't know why Dead Bobby can't just set the damn house on fire himself and be done with it, so don't ask.